Kitzbuhel

Altitude
760m
Highest Lift
1995m
Total Lifts
6
Kms of Piste
158km
Total Runs
70
Longest Run
6km
Beginner Runs
35
Intermediate Runs
29
Advanced Runs
6

Kitzbühel & winter sports are a truly timeless and legendary combination.  Ever since 1892, the city known as “Chamois Town” has been world-renowned for its snow sports.

The first Hahnenkamm Race took place in 1931. Over the last few decades, this challenging race has become the world’s most important alpine ski event. Kitzbühel is more deeply rooted in skiing history than any other alpine skiing resort.

Kitzbühel has always been a trendsetting city. Snowboarders and newschool skiers can take full advantage of a premium snow park, bringing high international standards to local youth winter sports.

Alpine skiers have a myriad of options to choose from thanks to 170 km of ski runs, 54 gondolas and ski lifts, which transport winter sports fans as high as 2,000 m above sea level.

Many charming ski huts await your visit. Powder skiers will find their personal nirvana among the 32 km of ski routes and a wide variety of ski mountaineering opportunities.


Kitzbühel Ski Area
The entire Kitzbühel area is famous for its snow guarantee and is, without doubt, one of the world’s most popular ski resorts. In addition to the world's most difficult downhill race track – the Streif – skiers of all levels and abilities can choose from 170 km of slopes, 32 km of ski routes and innumerable deep snow and powder skiing options. Romantic ski huts and spectacular Snow Parks round out Kitzbühel’s many offerings.

Resort information provided by Altitude Holidays